Sunday 18 February 2018

Railway Heritage Society AGM

THE third Annual General Meeting of the Dundalk Railway Heritage Society will take place in the County Museum, Jocelyn Street, on Wednesday, February 26, at 3 p.m.

Following the meeting, Charles Friel will give a talk on 'Fifty years of the Railway Preservation Society of Ireland, with particular reference to Dundalk' at 4 p.m. Refreshments will be served after the lecture.


Coadjutor Archbishop Eamon Martin will attend the opening night of 'Life in the Spirit Seminar' which commences in Nicholas Church, Bridge Street, Dundalk on Tuesday, February 25, at 7.30 p.m with Holy Mass and continuing for seven consecutive weeks. All welcome.


From February Movement Medicine classes will be available in Dundalk for the first time. Movement Medicine is a dance meditation practice which uses free style movement to awaken the wisdom and consciousness of the body.

These classes will facilitate participants to move and experience the wisdom of the dancer in each of us, regardless of age or fitness. No experience of dance is needed.

The classes are open to adults of all ages.

Classes will run every Friday night from 7.30 pm in Dundealgan Athletic Club, Seatown, Dundalk.

For more information email


The Louth Bee Keeper Association are presenting a lecture on Shrubs, Flowers and Trees for Bees by Damien O'Callaghan in the Teagasc Centre, Dublin Road, Dundalk on Thursday, February 20, at 8 p.m.

Trophies won by the County Louth Beekeepers Association will be displayed on the night, and time permitting, Tom Shaw will speak about the technique of making mead.

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